Free unformat sd card software to recover lost files
Unformat SD card
Secure Digital (SD) is widely used in digital cameras, digital camcorders, handheld computers, netbook computers, PDAs, media players, mobile phones, GPS receivers, and video games. Standard SD cards have a maximum of 4 GB capacity, even though the official standard allows for ≤2 GB. Like other flash card technologies, most SD cards ship preformatted with the FAT or FAT 32 file system on top of an MBR partition scheme. The ubiquity of this file system allows the card to be accessed on virtually any host device with an SD reader. Also, standard FAT maintenance utilities can be used to unformat SD card and repair or retrieve corrupted data. And unformat software can recover the lost data by unformating SD card which could not be accessed normally.
Freeware to unformat SD card files
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition is a complete data recovery software that can not only recover data from formatted SD card but also from hard drives. No matter your data is lost due to virus attack, software crash, hard disk not formatted error, etc, EaseUS data recovery software can recover them all.
How to unformat data from formatted SD card:
Firstly, please don't write anything on the formatted SD card any more. Otherwise, you will overwrite data.
Then, you can use our unformat SD card freeware to recover lost data. Please following the procedure:
Step 1. Launch EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard and select the file types you want to recover. Then click "Next" button to move to the next step.
Step 2. Select the disk where you lost your data and click "Scan" button, the software will quickly scan the selected disk to find all your target files. If you lost your partition, select "Lost Disk Drives" and "Scan" to continue the recovery process.
Step 3. After scan, you can preview all the listed recoverable files one by one and select out those you want. Then, click "Recover" button to get them back once. Here you should save all the recovered files on another disk to avoid data overwriting.